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Very few tourist destinations can offer as many options as Brazil travel. Natural beauty, large popular festivities and countless protected environmental reserves are attractions that truly call the attention of foreign tourists when it comes time to choose a destination for their vacation. The weather needs to be taken into consideration when planning a trip to Brazil, as it can have a significant bearing on how you enjoy certain regions of the country. For example, the Amazon region is one of the world's rainiest places, making travel exceedingly difficult between January and May.

From the rainforests in the north to the central marshlands and savanna and the major metropolitan areas of the south, Brazil offers great diversity. Want to try your hand at nearly every kind of sport imaginable? They've got it, golf, diving, rafting, free flight, hiking and even beach volleyball and bird watching. Love the arts, history, culture and nightlife of the city? Look no further than São Paulo, the largest city in the southern hemisphere, where the cuisine is varied and sophisticated, theatre is eclectic, soccer is the favored sport, dancing is almost a must and music is king.

If you have the chance to come to Brazil for Carnaval, of course, Rio de Janeiro is the place to be. Carnaval, taking place during the week prior to Ash Wednesday is the ultimate way to experience Rio, a giant party lasting many days with parades in nearly every corner of the city.

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When most people think of Brazil, they remember Rio’s Carnival, tropical jungles, the Amazon or such thriving metropolises as Sao Paulo. Well, leave your preconceptions about Brazil at home, because one of the country’s top tourist destinations, frequented by savvy insiders, is the...Read More

Famous for its gorgeous beaches (Ipanema and Copacabana), gorgeous models (Gisele Bundchen) and infectious music (samba and bossa nova), Rio de Janeiro is ideal if you are seeking more than just a typical beach vacation. Brazil’s cultural capital and most fashionable city, Rio is also a...Read More

As you land, your plane banking in through the clouds, you will catch your first glimpse of Salta City, a 4,000-foot-high, flat urban grid ringed by a patchwork of green and brown farmlands. Farther on, the high, desolate Andes of this far northwestern province loom at their widest point --...Read More

Carnival Cruises describes its newest ship, the Splendor, the 22nd in the fleet, as a new class of vessel. That may be, but since the ship, with a capacity of 3,006 guests, is just slightly larger than the six ships of the Conquest class, it’s really more evolutionary than revolutionary....Read More

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